Sarmiento Suites Apartment Hotel
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... how he communicated. You also saw tags like that from him saying happy birthday. It's a sad story but I thought interesting. The guide was an Irish girl. She was so knowledgable and passionate about it all. I would really recommend this tour if you are coming to BA. I will get some photos from Richard and put them up. The tour needed in a nice part of town and we had a drink and then Melissa, Diego and Richard and I went to buy food for a Parrilla to cook. We had whole chicken ...
... in 1734 under the name Iglesia Nuestra Seņora de Belen (Church of Our Lady of Bethlehem), making it one of the oldest in Buenos Aires.
At the end of the block, we turned onto Balcarce, a street full of bars and restaurants. Cafe Rivas looked nice from the outside and there were plenty of people inside eating so we decided to give it a try. They had a lunch menu for 110 pesos for a main course and drink, in our case an enormous ...
... get around seals like Obama after Bin Laden's assassination. Unfortunately the water chopped up like snoop which made it tough for some of the heavier ones in our group, but after adjusting and staying in the group the curious seal pups began swarming us. These creatures are so majestic under the water and the inquisitive ones come right up to you. Felt like a child again for the umpteenth time on this trip. Another one for the highlight reel.
Next day the three ...
... Lionel Messi is something like a god here and the other team members are not far behind. When the Argentinian team is playing the city stops...literally. The semi final was held on July 9th which also happens to be Independence Day so EVERYONE watched the game. No cars, no taxis, very few buses and absolutely no one on the streets. And that was the semi final! On Sunday it was a ghost town. Most stores were closed and ...
... time there, it was very quiet and all the shops closed between 12-4pm for siesta. They also had a chocolateria that i enjoyed visting! I also enjoyed playing cards with Bob and hearing all his funny stories...he sent me an email a week later saying that its lucky he met me and heard my bag stealing story because the same thing happened to him the next day back in Buenos Aires and he would have lost everything if i hadn't warned him!
Back in Buenos Aires i was excited ...